What they told us: The depth here is pure quantity over quality.
For the last three years, the Tennessee Titans had three quality offensive tackles. That was very important because it meant that you didn’t have to carry another hybrid OL if you didn’t want to. Instead, you could have your starters, Dennis Kelly, and an interior lineman or two.
This year, the Titans have all but told us that they don’t trust Isaiah Wilson at all. So that means that you have to carry four offensive tackles and Isaiah Wilson is at the bottom of those four and likely the first one to be marked inactive on game day.
On the interior, Jamil Douglas is banged up so the Titans had to make sure they had someone else who could snap the ball which led to them keeping rookie UDFA Aaron Brewer. They also kept up Daniel Munyer who has a lot of that Jamil Douglas energy (not very good, but keeps making rosters).
So, the ideal top-7 for the Titans seems to be the starters with Jamil Douglas and Ty Sambrailo behind them and then three players who they hope don’t end up on the game-day roster. I think as soon as Jamil Douglas is fully healthy they will cut one of the back up interior players and sign someone else to the active squad, but either way, this is clearly a position where Isaiah Wilson and injuries hurt them.